Vol 2 (2009)

Proceedings from North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization

Table of Contents

Papers

Classical Pragmatism and its Varieties: On a Pluriform Metatheoretical Perspective for Knowledge Organization
Thomas M. Dousa
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1-9
Tensions Between Language and Discourse in North American Knowledge Organization
D. Grant Campbell
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10-16
The Heritage of Facet Analysis in North America: Past Lessons as Pathways for Contemporary Exploration
Kathryn La Barre
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17-26
Applying the User-Centered Paradigm to Cataloging Standards in Theory and Practice: Problems and Prospects
Gretchen L. Hoffman
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27-34
Modulation and Specialization in North American Knowledge Organization: Visualizing Pioneers
Richard P. Smiraglia
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35-46
Treatment of Georeferencing in Knowledge Organization Systems: North American Contributions to Integrated Georeferencing
Olha Buchel, Linda L. Hill
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47-57
The KO roots of Taylor’s Value-Added Model
David M. Pimentel
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58-67
The Data-Information-Knowledge-Wisdom Hierarchy and its Antithesis
Jay H. Bernstein
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68-75
Evolutionary Order in the Classification Theories of C. A. Cutter and E. C. Richardson: Its Nature and Limits
Thomas M. Dousa
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76-90
Melvil Dewey’s Ingenious Notational System
Rebecca Green
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91-99